GennaTechnical Team Lead
Genna moved to Prescott Valley from Pittsburgh, PA in December 2013. In 2005 Genna graduated from the median school of Allied Health Careers and has been a Veterinary Technician ever since. She chose this field because she enjoys providing the best care available for pets including critical care, blood transfusions and surgery. Outside of work Genna enjoys watching hockey, backpacking, hiking, hanging out with her friends and furry family consisting of her two dogs, two cats, her horse and chickens.
LanelleVeterinary Assistant/Patient Advocate
Lanelle has had the opportunity to travel all over the world with her family when her dad was in the military. Now she loves horseback riding and hiking with her three children and five cattle dogs. She decided when she was 9 years old she wanted to work with animals. Her cat got very sick and passed away. At that point she decided she wanted to help save animals. In addition to her dogs she has two cats and a blue and gold macaw named Razzle.
Jill has worked with animals in some way or another since she was 18. It is rare for people to love what they do and she is lucky enough to be able to say she truly loves her job and the people she works with. Originally from southern California, she moved to Arizona when she was 19. She has three pets, two dogs and a snake. In her free time she likes to do anything outdoors.
Chasity was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona and moved to Prescott Valley in 2004. Chasity joined Prescott Valley Pet Clinic in May 2014, and ever since she has been in love working in the veterinary field. Not only has she always had a love and passion for animals, but being there for the pets and giving them the best care possible is very rewarding and is an awesome feeling! In Chasity's free time, she loves spending time with her husband and her yellow lab, Sadie. Her main hobbies are photography, hiking, and camping.
Kristy was born and raised in Arizona. She loves camping and hiking with her three dogs Buddha, Foxie and Bella. Kristy also has two cats named Ivory and Dufus. She has always had a passion for animals and helping them in anyway she can. That is why she is the perfect fit for the Prescott Valley Pet Clinic Family.
TawnieVeterinary Assistant/Triage Technician
Tawnie grew up as an only child in Las Vegas, Nevada. She has always loved Akitas and has two at home named Tia Mae and Kuma. In her free time she enjoys athletics and going to the batting cage. A fun fact about Tawnie is that she can actually bench press 115 lbs!!
Sami was born in California but was raised as a desert rat. She's always been surrounded by animals and takes special interest in reptiles. Growing up she always wanted to be a dentist until she worked as a receptionist at a veterinarian clinic. After that she knew she couldn't do anything else. When she's not at work Sami likes spending time outdoors and playing with Kiki her Siamese snowshoe and her two bearded dragons Reptar and Mushu.
Ryan was born in California but moved to Prescott in 2006 to be closer to family. He has always had a strong passion for working with animals and was an animal behaviorist until he explored the veterinary field. In his free time he likes to go hiking and camping. He also enjoys spending time with his 4 dogs Khalisi, Kayla, Raider, and Princess.
Sheridan has a certified Pitbull Terrier named Kashmere who loves to go hiking, on car rides, and have snuggle time. In her spare time Sheridan loves to draw, take photographs and go on spontaneous adventures with her pup. She loves being able to treat and better our furry friends' lives. It's her passion.
JessicaVeterinary Assistant/Outpatient Coordinator
Jessica began working in the veterinary field in high school, and continued as a tech through college at NAU,only taking a break to work with bigger animals at Out of Africa wildlife park.
After graduating with a Bachelor's degree in Biology and Spanish, she taught high school for a few years before returning to the world of veterinary medicine here at PVPC.
Working with animals is something that Amanda has always wanted to do. Her career with animals started in 2015 at the local shelter. After working for about a year at the shelter, she decided she would like to pursue working with animals in the medical field. Amanda started work at a fast paced clinic that specialized in spays and neuters. After a year, she decided it was time to broaden her horizon by working at a full service clinic that gives 'the best care for your best friend.' Hint: That's us!
When Amanda isn’t working, she enjoys spending time with her animals at home, playing video games or being creative. Amanda is currently furthering her education in the animal field and moving towards getting her certification as a veterinary technician.